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MP3: The Reservations – “Dogs in the Daytime”

By ; April 27, 2011 at 12:16 AM 

In my adventures seeing live shows it’s always a plus when one of the opening acts catch you off guard and completely rocks. Such is the case when I caught The Reservations over the weekend, a four piece rock band from Portland, Oregon. Their sound reminded me of ’90’s lounge music, a sound that’s not quite retro, or really even a thing for that matter, but it’s catchy and appealing. “Dogs in the Daytime” might be the best example of their sound, as the combination of the lead singer’s deep vocals and the organ makes for a dark but rhythmic jam. If you like what you hear, you can check out The Reservation’s new album due out next month on Gnar Tapes.

The Reservations – “Dogs In The Daytime” by One Thirty BPM

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